[b-hebrew] Moses' writing? [was: The New Testament]

K Randolph kwrandolph at gmail.com
Thu Oct 26 16:37:06 EDT 2006


OY Veh! Rochelle:

Your answer is a multi-threaded straw man logical fallacy.

It would take too long to answer all your statements, so I won't start
at this time.

Karl W. Randolph.

On 10/26/06, rochelle altman <willaa at netvision.net.il> wrote:
> Whatever, Karl,
>
> The Israelites didn't live in segregated conclaves, towns of fairly good
> sized populations -- nope, they were scattered all over the place, or so
> you seem to assume. In Egypt of all places. Wow!
>   .
> Residents of farming communities and hamlets didn't have to know the
> governing customs in order to survive, isn't that what you contend?
>
> Peasants and nomads are not the most tradition ridden social groups,
> right?. They don't have to know the rules of the land they are in..
> .
> Illiterates don't have to know the rules or how to recognize official docs
> in order to survive, correct?
>
> Luchot are hubcaps not tablets made of stone, wood or metal.Correct?
>
> Moshe is God's voice, he speaks to the people for him, at least as
> presented in the MT. Exodus isn't full of that, right? No, siree, unique,
> not another ANE tradition. (what the heck do you think priestesses and
> priests did anyway? They were the voices of the God(s) their job was to
> speak to the peoples for the gods and vice versa. Naw, Moshe isn't
> following ANE traditions.)
>
> The Israelites never followed any ANE traditions, not even to the making of
> animal idols.
>
> They were just conscripted laborers, oh yeah? Ever actually read the
> complaints? Do so some time. They kvetch about taxes, not the labor.
>
> Solomon's; temple wasn't built in the tradition of ANE temples and ANE
> temples didn't have courtyards -- with walls, right?. Ever read up on
> Herod's temple -- small for historic reasons? That's why he built that huge
> plaza, couldn't change the dimensions of the Temple.
>
> And I don't assert that the PaleoLev is confirmation; I mention it as a
> possible indication. Nothing more.
>
> Whatever pleases you is fine by me.
>
> Enough. I have work to do. I finally managed to get a copy of an article
> that I need to finish a project I've been working on for more than two years.
>
> bye, bye,
>
> risa
>
>



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